This week on From Ark To Microchip:
Divine Sparks: Gnostic Voices from Nag Hammadi to Berkeley was written by Jay Mandeville and Dwight Frizzell.
Cast–Arnold Young as Philip K. Dick, Bill Dye as the Voice of the Plasmate, Susie Ersahin as the Goddess Sophia, Nancy Tracewell as the Voice of Creation.
Voice artists–Rhondda Francis, William Easton, Jay Mandeville, Dwight Frizzell
Music–Gerald Trimble (cittern), Michael Henry (synclavier), Twayne Williams (composer), Tony Allard (harmonic singing)
“Thunder Perfect Mind” performed by BCR featuring Betse Ellis (violin), Cliff Baldwin (electronics), Stan Kessler (trumpet), Thomas Aber (alto sax), Dwight Frizzell (tenor sax), Bill Dye (guitar), Bobby Nickens (bass), Bird Ellington Fleming (percussion), Allaudin Ottinger (drums)
Special thanks to Dr. Stephan Hoeller for his research assistance and encouragement, and to Tom Mardikes for his production assistance.
Directed/produced by Dwight Frizzell for the From Ark to Microchip series.